Bharti Airtel Offering Three Long-Term Prepaid Plans Starting at Rs 597: Check Details

Bharti Airtel is offering a total of three long-term prepaid plan for its subscribers, which start at Rs 597. The highest plan in the portfolio is the Rs 1,699 prepaid plan

Highlights
  • The three long-term prepaid plans include the Rs 597, Rs 998 and Rs 1,699 plan
  • The Rs 1,699 prepaid plan offers daily data, whereas the rest two offer data for the entire validity period

Bharti Airtel probably has one of the best curated prepaid portfolios out of all telecom operators. There was a time when Bharti Airtel was offering prepaid plans which were considered expensive and not worth the money when compared to other telcos like Reliance Jio. However, over time, the telco has brought very attractive plans for its users. Now the Airtel prepaid plans offer sufficient data offerings and an extensive range of additional benefits which have come to become the main attraction of its prepaid plans. Since last year, the telecom operator has also started providing long-term prepaid offers which come with longer validity. These prepaid data plans are good options for loyal Airtel customers who would like to enjoy economical solutions for the long-term. So, if you are an Airtel prepaid customer and you are thinking of getting a long term prepaid plan, here are the options that Airtel is offering.

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Bharti Airtel Rs 597 Prepaid Plan

You might be thinking that there are limited options when it comes to long-term prepaid plans from Airtel, and that could be partially true for subscribers looking for something very specific. However, for most subscribers, the choice of plans is very simple and should be sufficient. The first long-term prepaid plan by Bharti Airtel is the Rs 597 prepaid plan, which comes with 169 days validity. The plan offers almost six-months of validity and this ships 6GB data for the entire validity period. This means that the plan is a better fit for someone who is a voice-oriented customer. Along with the 6GB data for 168 days, the plan offers unlimited calling and 300 SMS per 28 days. The additional benefits include a subscription to Wynk Music, Airtel Xstream Premium, and Norton Mobile Security for a year.

Bharti Airtel Rs 998 Prepaid Plan

The second long-term prepaid plan by Bharti Airtel actually qualifies as a proper long-term plan, and it is available to the subscribers for Rs 998. The validity of this plan is 336 days. However, when it comes to data benefit, most subscribers will find that this plan is also more voice-oriented. The prepaid plan ships 12GB data for the entire validity period of 336 days, and the SMS benefit includes 300 SMS every 28 days. The additional benefits in this plan include Wynk Music, Premium subscription to Airtel Xstream and Norton Mobile Security for a year.

Bharti Airtel Rs 1,699 Prepaid Plan

Lastly, the highest-priced plan in the Airtel prepaid portfolio is the Rs 1,699 prepaid plan, and this one is the best possible long-term option for someone looking towards daily data and calling benefits. The Rs 1,699 prepaid plan offers 365 days validity, and it ships 1.4GB daily data with unlimited calling benefit. The subscribers also enjoy 100 SMS per day, Wynk Music subscription, Airtel Xstream App Premium subscription and Norton Mobile Security for a year.

Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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saket
saket

@TT desk, Esmail, Tarun and chakri,

Airtel 3G shutdown on 30th sep
On other forum, Its has posted screenshot of sms received from Airtel. google “Airtel Shut down it’s 3G Network services in Maharashtra and Goa at Others.”

link—-&@#dime.com/forums/dost-and-dimes/topics/airtel-shut-down-it-s-3g-services-in-maharashtra-and-goa

This has been recceived in maharashtra customer. and without surprise airtel asking to upgrade to 4G with new sim and handset or move out with MNP.

They are not making safe statement that, ur 2G voice will continue smoothly.

does airtel starting 4G on 2100Mhz which they got from Tata?

Nikhil
Nikhil

2G voice will continue to be smooth. Airtel have more than 5Mhz in band 3 in Maharashtra circle for 2G purposes(I hope they uses BSNL towers for expanding coverage). Don’t worry about that. Why to waste 10Mhz of band 1 which will give much needed boost to capacity wherever needed.

saket
saket

@nikhil,
i know 2G voice will continue and although i am using DUAL VOLTE handset.
I was trying to understand airtel strategy to upgrade subscriber to higher plan.

and waiting for new airticle and deployment of band 1, bcoz band 5 spectrum is not sufficient.

Thus airtel looking for spectrum auction as early as possible, and VIL loosing top customer in Many circle inclusing Metro and maharashtra, thus airtel can grab them.

Nikhil
Nikhil

40Mhz is sufficient. 10Mhz(band 40) more will be future proof.

Nikhil
Nikhil

Once Idea deploys everything in Maharashtra circle for LTE, balance between three operators will be great and Airtel and Jio will have great ARPU but lesser revenue than Idea. I hope Idea completes this work before March 2020. I hope Airtel buys either 5Mhz of band 5 or 10Mhz of band 28 PAN India. No matter what happens Airtel will remain secondary sim(second/third choice depending upon Jios tariff change next year) in Maharashtra circle.

kanchan karai
kanchan karai

Improtant question
how many days 2g will run for airtel any idea?

Nikhil
Nikhil

Minimum 1 year or 1 and half year from the day IUC becomes zero. Airtel needs blanket coverage. For that they need 5Mhz of band 5 or 10Mhz of band 28.Deploying this will require this much time. Also interoperability is an issue. So 2G will remain. Airtel unliberalised spectrum validity coming to an end in 2021. Depends on that as well as price of band 28.

kanchan karai
kanchan karai

thanks
need to dump my 2g handsets by 2021 then

M N
M N

Can a mobile operator set speed limits based on the purchased internet plan?

karthik
karthik

I think Airtel is doing it. I have 2 Airtel numbers with 249 and 245 recharge done. In 2Gb per day plan i get some good speed(more than 500 kbps to 1 mbps) but in 245(2Gb for the whole 84days) , Speed will be below 100 kbps.To the worst part is Airtel recorded a maximum of 2 Mbps speed in peek time in my place When asked with their Customer care they said “Your speed will be based on your plan”. They openly accepting that they are partial towards customers. Even your speed will get limited when you change the… Read more »

Ashish
Ashish

Yes they can. But if they do they have to do for all sites

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